Members and guests of the Monmouth County Branch of the ESU gathered on February 21st in the Fireside Room at the Nauvoo Grill Club for lunch and an informative talk by Dr. Jack Lynch of Rutgers, on the subject, "The Universe in Alphabetical Order: What Can We Learn From Dictionaries?" On his blog, "You Could Look It Up," Jack Lynch describes himself as the "author of a pile of books, both scholarly and popular." He is currently working on a biography of Shakespeare forger William Henry Ireland.
Pictured: Ralph Wyndrum, President, and Janet Smuga, Secretary of the Monmouth County Branch of the ESU, and speaker, Dr. Jack Lynch of Rutgers, Newark.
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